dreamsurreal:snowyowlwhitecotton:


Peru has officially passed a law banning genetically modified ingredients anywhere within the country for the next ten years.

If only we were smart enough to follow

dreamsurreal:snowyowlwhitecotton:

Peru has officially passed a law banning genetically modified ingredients anywhere within the country for the next ten years.

If only we were smart enough to follow

(via radicalqueerbrownboy)


blissfulle:

gradientlair:

This is truly beautiful. Clicking on the photograph takes you to the website that provides more information. Fight patriarchy and homophobia!

omg this is great

blissfulle:

gradientlair:

This is truly beautiful. Clicking on the photograph takes you to the website that provides more information. Fight patriarchy and homophobia!

omg this is great

(via everythingbutharleyquinn)



womenwhokickass:

Johana Ramirez: Why she kicks ass
She is spokesperson for Trans Organization Reinas de la Noche (OTRANS) in Guatemala and a leader of the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Transgender People who presented a shadow report to the UN Human Rights Committee in March 2012.  
Ramirez spoke of the tragic situation for trans people in Guatemala in a press release, saying, “During 2011, we organized trans women have suffered a series of attacks against us, culminating in a climax of murder.” She continued, “The recent cases and those suffered over the past decade are accompanied by a string of discrimination (in public spaces such as health centers, schools, prisons, etc.), persecution, and extortion perpetrated mainly by security forces.”
She spoke at “Light for rights – Guatemala and the world united against AIDS” public event. 
With OTRANS, she has plans for opening up a small clothing factory but still needs to come up with the funds, and has plans to become a fashion designer.

womenwhokickass:

Johana Ramirez: Why she kicks ass

  • She is spokesperson for Trans Organization Reinas de la Noche (OTRANS) in Guatemala and a leader of the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Transgender People who presented a shadow report to the UN Human Rights Committee in March 2012.  
  • Ramirez spoke of the tragic situation for trans people in Guatemala in a press release, saying, “During 2011, we organized trans women have suffered a series of attacks against us, culminating in a climax of murder.” She continued, “The recent cases and those suffered over the past decade are accompanied by a string of discrimination (in public spaces such as health centers, schools, prisons, etc.), persecution, and extortion perpetrated mainly by security forces.”
  • She spoke at “Light for rights – Guatemala and the world united against AIDS” public event. 
  • With OTRANS, she has plans for opening up a small clothing factory but still needs to come up with the funds, and has plans to become a fashion designer.

(via everythingbutharleyquinn)


cassiecooties:

Using men’s fear of menstruation to sneak alcohol into clubs.

(via everythingbutharleyquinn)


projet-bleu:

Indian activists belonging to various womens rights organisation hold placards during a protest demonstration staged in Bangalore condemning violence against women and transgender people. 

projet-bleu:

Indian activists belonging to various womens rights organisation hold placards during a protest demonstration staged in Bangalore condemning violence against women and transgender people. 

(via everythingbutharleyquinn)


popcornsundays:

The Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits marching in the San Francisco Pride Parade yesterday.

(via theirriandjhiquishow-deactivate)


fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Artwork by John Gerken


We have this on our wall!

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Artwork by John Gerken

We have this on our wall!


fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

New York City

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

New York City

(via dadgenes)